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  • See 2 rock bands at Reading's Santander Arena for 25 percent off tickets

     
    Seeing rockers Third Day and Skillet playing together at Reading’s Santander Arena on March 22 will be great. But seeing the two spiritually uplifting rock bands for nearly 25 percent off the ticket price would be even better. Lehigh Valley......
  • SeaWorld may wait until June to raise ticket prices

    SeaWorld may wait until June to raise ticket prices
    Walt Disney World and Universal Orlando have already raised ticket prices this year, but SeaWorld Orlando might wait a couple of months before matching them. During a conference call last week to discuss SeaWorld Entertainment Inc.'s fourth-quarter...
  • IF/THEN: New music suggestions for the modern urbanite

    IF/THEN: New music suggestions for the modern urbanite
    Life happens. Between work and all the other obligations you have, it can be easy to just rotate the same songs and playlists over and over and over again. Here's some situations you might currently be encountering with new music selections to plug in...
  • Billionaire Chicagoan Ken Griffin donates $150 million to Harvard

    Billionaire Chicagoan and hedge fund manager Ken Griffin is giving $150 million to Harvard University, all but $10 million of which will be dedicated to financial aid for undergraduate students, the university announced late Wednesday. The gift is the...
  • Groupon claims 'President Hamilton' error was intentional

    Groupon claims 'President Hamilton' error was intentional
    Groupon is honoring Presidents Day by giving customers an Alexander Hamilton --  $10 off $40 spent on a deal for any local business. The promotion, which began this weekend, allows customers to "honor our money-minded Commander-In-Chief." "The $10...
  • Groupon shares drop as executive plans departure

    Shares of Groupon fell more than 6 percent on Tuesday despite a broader market rally, as investors react to the planned departure of a top executive. The company said late Monday that Jeffrey Holden, the senior vice president of product management, will...
  • GrubHub Seamless IPO would benefit early backers

     GrubHub Seamless IPO would benefit early backers
    If GrubHub Seamless goes public this year, the stock market debut for the online food-ordering service would generate millions for a bevy of Chicago-area entrepreneurs and investors. They include GrubHub co-founders Matt Maloney and Mike Evans, and...
  • Chicago picked as site for Obama's manufacturing initiative

    Chicago picked as site for Obama's manufacturing initiative
    Chicago will be the site of a digital manufacturing institute backed by $70 million in federal money and another $250 million in private and other government funding, giving the city, once a factory town, a better chance to re-establish its credentials as...
  • Daily Press offers subscription deal on Groupon

    Daily Press offers subscription deal on Groupon
    The Daily Press is offering a subscription deal on the daily deal website Groupon.com. Through the deal, customers can get a one-year subscription to the Sunday newspaper for $19 or a six-month subscription to the Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday papers...
  • GS Elevator: The 'Goldman Sachs' tattletale exposed

    GS Elevator: The 'Goldman Sachs' tattletale exposed
    For about three years, investment cognoscenti have been deviled by snarky comments on Twitter purporting to come from inside the elevator at Goldman Sachs, the investment banking firm that has long been a paragon of capitalism. The disdainful, pointed...
  • Student loan deal to get Obama's signature Friday

    Student loan deal to get Obama's signature Friday
    It took an entire summer of wrangling, but students heading to college this fall won't see dramatic student loan interest rate hikes once President Obama signs a deal on the matter, a move expected Friday. About 11 million college students are...